This page contains the latest information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from the Colorado High School Activities Association, as it relates to our sports and activities.
Date: May 22
Information: CHSAA is lifting the moratorium against in-person condition sessions between coaches and high school participants beginning on June 1.
After that date, decisions regarding athletics and activities through the summer months will be made at the local school district level. The CHSAA's administrative oversight for athletics and activities will resume when camps, clinics and fall sports practice dates are projected to begin.
"Each district's individual date of return has been fully supported by our office," said CHSAA commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green. "Our school administrators have assessed their local situations and have made the best decisions based on the safety and well-being of their students and school personnel."
Frequently Asked Questions
What is going to happen with fall sports?
Our goal during this time is to remain laser focused on the next steps for resuming CHSAA programs in a safe, educational, environment while mitigating operational efficiencies to reduce financial stressors for our membership.
How will CHSAA determine whether or not play can resume?
We have convened a specialized task force to discuss the return of athletics and activities. Find full information about this task force on this page.
This page will be updated with further information/FAQs as needed.